A PACIFIST’S GUIDE TO THE WAR ON CANCER by Bryony Kimmings, with Brian Lobel; Music by Tom Parkinson National Theatre 4 October, 2016
OIL by Ella Hickson Almeida Theatre 7 October, 2016 How can you take an idea and make it visceral? Is it possible to create a thought which is felt, not just in our minds, but in ou
What has 20 sides, is 100 ' across, seats 1,500 people, has hundreds of years of history, and can be beamed into your classroom or living room?
The answer is of course Shakespeare's Globe, which is now working side by side with Montgomery County Community College, the classes of the Theatre Arts program, and Montgomery County through the PHENOMENAL work of the Globe Education team. Starting today, and through to 4 November, 2016- Globe Education is making educational video
THIS PLACE WE KNOW Shepherd’s Bush Theatre 29 September, 2016
THE THREE PENNY OPERA by Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill National Theatre 1 October, 2016
IMOGEN (from CYBELINE by William Shakespeare) Shakespeare’s Globe 2 October, 2016 Theatre cannot, by its very nature, dispense with a sense of place and time: As much as theatre lives in a created world of transporting stories, it lives in the immediate time
TRAVESTIES by Tom Stoppard Menier Chocolate Factory 4 October, 2016 The play starts with chaos: a setting littered with pages of books liberated from their bindings; the Dadaist Tristan Tzara creating a poem by pulling words out of a hat; James Joyce dictating ‘Ulysses’ to his secretary; the Lenin’s speaking in Russian. No moment of sense is intelligible, although there is clear intention in each of these acts. There is, in short, no meaning. Whic